Fostering allows the shelter to care for animals that would do better, for a variety of reasons, not being in our facility. Nursing mothers and litters (both cats and dogs), or babies that are not weaned and must be fed every few hours are the most common benefactors of foster care. Sometimes we simply have an animal that requires a little more attention then the volunteers at the shelter can provide.
Contact us if you are able to be short-term or long-term foster family. We evaluate every individual in person to insure they are taken care of the animal properly. So stop in if you are interested. Fill our Foster Parent Application here.